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Socialisation in ten years : the story of the plan which lies behind the proposed nationalisation of banking / by M.H. Ellis
Bib ID 810925
Format BookBook
Author
Ellis, M. H. (Malcolm Henry), 1890-1969
 
Description Sydney : Printed for the author by the Bulletin Newspaper Co., [1947?] 
17 p. ; 27 cm. 
Subjects Australian Labor Party.  |  Communist Party of Australia.  |  Government ownership - Australia.  |  Socialism - Australia.  |  Banks and banking - Government ownership - Australia.

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